Tolstoy's Only Play: The Living Corpse, a Comedic Melodrama
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The last date listed for The Living Corpse was Saturday November 18, 2006 / 8:00pm.
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Cheaper Than Therapy lets San Francisco's cleverest (and, yes, craziest) comic minds uncork in an evening of comedy and catharsis. But the benefits aren't limited to those on the stage. As the punchlines pile on and the room starts to crack up, you might discover that laughter really is the best medicine. Produced by the formidable comedic trio of Eloisa Bravo, Jon Allen and Scott Simpson, Cheaper Than Therapy offers a prescription-only dose of hilarity. Surely no treatment regimen is as enjoyable as this hilarious event at the Shelton Theater. Learn More
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Shelton Theater presents The Living Corpse by Leo Tolstoy, the greatest moralist in the history of literature. Written in 1900, his only play is a comedic melodrama which supports the individual ethic in contrast to the accepted cultural norms. This masterpiece is being staged by one of Russia’s most acclaimed avant-garde theater directors.